Jake Lehmann


Bats Left Hand.
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Bats Left Hand.
Bowls Left Arm Orthodox







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The left-handed stroke-maker made his first-class debut for South Australia against Victoria in 2015.

Lehmann didn't take long to have an impact on Australian cricket by making a glorious double hundred against Tasmania, in a partnership with Callum Ferguson worth 378 runs.

He was the hero of South Australia again, this time in the BBL, Lehmann hit Simon Milenko for a six off the last ball to claim a famous victory for the Adelaide Strikers against Hobart in BBL|05.

Lehmann then followed in his father's footsteps by signing with Yorkshire in the County Championship where he added another first-class century to his name. 

Also handy with the ball, Lehmann claimed the important wicket of Shane Watson in the Strikers' big win over Sydney Thunder in BBL|06. 

Lehmann is again following in the footsteps of his father as he leads his state in the 2018 JLT Cup.

Match wrap: Redbacks sting Blues in the west

A stunning century to Jake Weatherald and three wickets to leg-spinner Adam Zampa highlighted South Australia's huge win over NSW

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Unlucky 87 for new skipper Lehmann

In his maiden match as captain, Jake Lehmann crunched the Blues at the WACA Ground and fell looking for the rope and a bonus point

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Lehmann stands tall with 83 in Adelaide

Jake Lehmann continues his good recent record against Victoria, posting a score of 83 as his teammates fell around him on day one of their Shield clash

Lehmann edges out Carey as SA skipper

Jake Lehmann named South Australia's stand-in skipper for the JLT Cup following Travis Head's Test call-up

Six state players join Warner, Bancroft in NT

NT Strike League reveals full list of marquee players to joined banned duo in Darwin in July

New spin helps Boof Jnr emerge

Whether or not a Test debut materialises this summer, Jake Lehmann is beginning to emerge from his father's shadow